Productivity

Vitamin D Webcam Monitor Hit 1.0, Still Has A Free Option

Vitamin D, the Windows/Mac remote webcam monitoring software that we liked for customisable accuracy, and which one reader used to nab proof of a derelict dog walker, has hit a 1.0 release and announced its pricing.

There’s still a free version that does most of what the (soon-to-expire) beta does, but is limited to monitoring one camera. A Basic ($US49) version supports two cameras, and Pro ($1US99) licence monitors as many camera streams as your computer can handle. [Vitamin D via TechCrunch]


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